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Agenda

Natural Sources, Fires, Dust, Agriculture

Chairs

Alison Steiner

USA – University of Michigan

Cathy Leal-liousse

France – CNRS

Johannes Kaiser

Germany – DWD

Alexander Baklanov

WMO

+ On-line Materials

Santiago Arellano
Sweden – Chalmers University of Technology
A Database of Global Emission of SO2 from Volcanoes in the Network for Observation of Volcanic and Atmospheric Change (NOVAC) 2005-2017

Tomas Rafael Bolano-Ortiz
Argentina – Universidad Tecnológica Nacional
Analysis of open biomass burning using WRF-Chem model with FINN fire emissions in the Central Andes of Argentina and Chile

Idir Bouarar
Germany –  Max Planck Institute for Meteorology
Uncertainties in biomass burning emission inventories for Africa: implications for atmospheric modelling

Efstratios Bourtsoukidis
Germany – Max Planck Institute for Chemistry
The Red Sea Deep Water is a potent source of atmospheric ethane and propane

Edward Carnell
UK – Centre for Ecology & Hydrology Edinburgh
A comparison between the UK’s agricultural N2O emission inventory model and tall tower measurements

Jana Doubalova
Czech Republic – Charles University
Spatial and temporal changes in biogenic VOC emissions due to land-cover changes

Ulrike Dragosits Harding
UK – UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH)
Spatially targeted mitigation of agricultural emissions to maximise benefit for sensitive habitats and designated nature conservation sites

Alex Guenther
USA – University of California Irvine
Heterogeneity and rapid changes in biogenic VOC emissions from managed landscapes

Lai Huy
Thailand – Asian Institute of Technology
Emission Inventory of Air Toxic Pollutants from Household Solid Waste Open Burning in Vietnam

Ashok Jangid
India – Deemed University
Assessing physical and optical properties of aerosol over subtropical site in India

Sompoke Kingkaew
Thailand – Asian Institute of Technology
Development of Near Real-Time Biomass Open Burning Emission Inventories for PM2.5 Air Quality Modeling in Northern Thailand

Jeroen Kuenen
Netherlands – TNO
Impact of improved PM emissions and emission timing for wood combustion in Europe

Ranjit Kumar
India – Deemed University
Multiphase measurements of biological components over Indo-Gangetic basin

Maria Lopez-Aizpun
UK – Rothamsted Research
Meta-analysis of nitrous oxide emissions from urine deposition on soils. Identification of key factors determining nitrous oxide emissions

Poonam Mangaraj
India – Utkal University
Seasonal Gridded (~10km) Emission Inventory of Crop Residue Burning in India (2018)

Jack Miklaucic
USA – Emory Colllege
Measuring Soil Ammonia Flux from Corn Fields in the U.S., Rwanda, and China

Manisha Mishra
India – Jawaharlal Nehru University
Atmospheric Reactive Nitrogen Measurements at the Selected Sites of Indo-Gangetic Plains

Beata Opacka
Belgium – Royal Belgian Instiitute for Space Aeronomy
Evaluating the impact of different spaceborne land cover dis- tributions on isoprene emissions and their trends using the MEGAN model

Jorge E. Pachon
Colombia _ UNIVERSIDAD DE LA SALLE
Chemical composition and influencing factors for road dust in a tropical urban environment

A.M.R. Petrescu
Netherlands  – Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
European anthropogenic AFOLU greenhouse gas emissions: a review and benchmark data

David Pfotenhauer
USA – University of Colorado
Emissions from Rural and Urban Open Waste Burning in Ghana

Enrique Puliafito
Argentina – CONICET/ UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA NACIONAL, FACULTAD REGIONAL MENDOZA
A high resolution emissions inventory of Argentina for air quality estimation

Martin Otto Paul Ramacher
Germany – Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
The impact of BVOC emissions from urban forests on ozone production in urban areas under heat period conditions

Sagar Rathod
USA – Colorado State University
Anthropogenic combustion-related bioavailable iron supply to global oceans

Eri Saikawa
USA – Emory Colllege
Garbage Burning in South Asia – How important is it to regional air quality?

Katerina Sindelarova
Czech Republic – Charles University
Global emissions of biogenic VOCs based on ECMWF meteorology

Allison Steiner
USA – U. Michigan
Developing regional to global pollen emissions inventories

Atif Taoussi
Canada – UQAM
Simulation and Analysis of the DMS and Sulfate during the C-SOLAS SABINA Campaign

Samuel James Tomlinson
UK – Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
Improving estimates of NH3 emissions from anaerobic digestion and integration with other inventory sectors

Yuxuan Wang
USA – University of Houston
Quantifying the effects of environmental factors on wildfire burned area in the South Central US using integrated machine learning techniques

Hongjian Weng
China – Peking university
Global high-resolution emissions of soil NOx, sea salt aerosols, and biogenic VOCs

Dan Zhao
China – Lanzhou Universitty
Comparative Analysis of Two Typical Dust Storm Processes in East Asia

 Top-down Emissions & Satellite Analysis

Chairs

Yuxuan Wang

USA – University of Houston

Erika von Schneidermesser

Germany – IASS

Greg Frost

USA – NOAA

Claire Granier

USA – NOAA

+ On-line Materials

Maite Bauwens
Belgium – Royal Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy
Impact of coronavirus outbreak on air quality assessed using high-resolution satellite NO2 measurements

Christopher Beale
USA – Princeton University
Satellite observations of ammonia over India for improved emission source estimates

Steffen Beirle
Germany – MPI Chemi
Global catalog of NOx point sources derived from the divergence of the NO2 flux

Shannon Capps
USA – Drexel University
Preparing to Assimilate CrIS Observations to Improve Ammonia Emissions with CMAQ

Jason Blake Cohen
China – Sun Yat-Sen University
Coupling Remote Sensing, Models, and Mathematics to Constrain the Emissions Associated with Extreme Pollution Events

Alexandre Caseiro
Germany – MPI Chemie
Global gas flaring activity and associated black carbon emissions (2017)

Monica Crippa
Italy – European Commission, Joint Research Centre
Towards real time mapping of human emissions: insights on the EDGARv5.0 scientific developments

David Crisp
USA – NASA
Progress Toward Top-Down Atmospheric CO2 and CH4 Flux Inventories

Papori Dahutia
India – Dibrugarh University
Vertical distribution of aerosols and clouds over North-Eastern South Asia: aerosol-cloud interactions

Hugo Denier van der Gon
Netherlands – TNO
Quantification of accidental and continuous methane emissions from the energy sector using earth observation

Barbara Dix
USA – University of Colorado
Analysis of satellite remote sensing data of NO2 over US oil and natural gas production areas

David Edwards
USA – NCAR
Separating anthropogenic and fire emission contributions to the carbon monoxide over Australasia

Nellie Elguindi
France – LA/CNRS
Comparison of Recent Anthropogenic Surface Emissions and Trends from Top-down and Bottom-up Inventories

Saewung Kim
USA – U. California, Irvine
Top-down estimates SO2 and VOCs from point sources using aircraft measurement

Hao Kong
China – Peking University
High-resolution (0.05°×0.05°) NOx emissions in the Yangtze River Delta inferred from OMI

Huan Liu
China – Tsinnghua University
New approach for establishing global shipping emission inventory and allocating responsibility to nations

Kazuyuki Miyazaki
USA – JPL California Institute of Technology
Decadal changes in global NOx, CO, and SO2 emissions for 2005-2018 derived from multi-model multi-constituent satellite data assimilation

Enrique Puliafito
Argentina – CONICET / Universidad Tecnológica Nacional
Spatial variability of methane concentrations over Argentina. satellite measurements compare to high resolution inventories

Katherine Saad
USA – The Aerospace Corporation
Parsing out emissions sources in urban environments with airborne hyperspectral imaging

Takashi Sekiya
Japan – Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
Global top-down NOx emissions derived from TROPOMI NO2 data assimilation at 0.56-degree resolution

Ioanna Skoulidou
Greece – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Power plant NO2 emissions in Greece from LOTOS EUROS model simulations and Sentinel 5P/TROPOMI

Trisevgeni Stavrakou
Belgium – Belgian Inst. For Aeronomie
Distributions and trends of biogenic emissions over South American ecocystems deduced by multiyear inversion of satellite data

Ronald van der A
Netherlands – KNMI (Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute)
Deriving NH3 and NOx emissions in South America from satellite observations

Jorge Vargas
Colombia – UNAL
Evaluation of air quality in Colombia based on data from the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) and surface monitoring

Sunita Verma
India – Banaras Hindu University
Remote sensing approach to study forest fires over uttarakhand region

Helen Worden
USA – NCAR
Partitioning top-down carbon monoxide flux estimates to understand how sources of CO from anthropogenic, biomass burning and biogenic sectors have been changing over recent decades

Yuanqian Xu
China  – Jinan University
Dynamic estimation of open biomass burning emissions by using fused fires detected by polar-orbiting and geostationary satellites in mainland China

Yu Zhao
China – Nanjing University
Top-down Estimate of Regional Black Carbon Emissions using Ground and Satellite Observations

Development of Integrated Inventories & Evaluation of Air Quality Models

Chairs

Hugo Denier van der Gon

Netherlands – TNO

Greet Janssens-Maenhout

Italy – EC

Terry Keating

USA – EPA

Nicolas Huneeus

Chile – Universidad de Chile

+ On-line Materials

Javier Aguirre
México – Tecnológico de Monterrey
Effects of barrier geometry and position on the dispersion of pollutants near roads using CFD

Tim Butler
Germany – IASS
The EDGAR-HTAPv3 global mosaic emission inventory

Paula Castesana
Argentina – Universidad Nacional de San Martin
Combining global and local emission inventories in Latin America and the Caribbean region

Osvaldo Cuesta -Santos
Cuba – Meteorological Institute of Cuba
Emissions Inventory from Cuba’s Stationary Sources and Management of Air Quality

Sabine Darras
France – Midi-Pyrénées Observatory
The Emissions of atmospheric Compounds and Compilation of Ancillary Data (ECCAD) : datasets and analysis tools

Swetalena Dash
India – Utkal University
Gridded (~10km) Inventory of PM10 and PM2.5 Emission from Paved and Unpaved Road in India (2018)

Arindam Datta
India – TERI
Sector specific air pollution emission inventory of India

Pamela Dominutti
UK – Univvversity of York
Evaluating emission ratios of anthropogenic VOC from the main emission sources in Vietnam, Cote d’Ivoire and Brazil

Madina Doumbia
Ivory Coast – University of Félix Houphouët Boigny
Mapping urban emission sources in West Africa cities: Case of the Yopougon district (Abidjan – Cote d’Ivoire)

Agustin Garcia Reynoso
México – UNAM
Mexico National Emissions Inventory, 2014 base year for Air quality Modeling

Dennis Gilfillan
USA – Appalachian State University
The nature, history, and future of the CDIAC dataset on CO2 emissions

Carlos Mario Gonzalez Duque
Colombia – Universidad Nacional de Colombia
DROVE: An algorithm for the spatial and temporal dissagregation of on-road vehicle emission inventories

Carlos Mario Gonzalez Duque
Colombia – Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Integrating tools for air quality management in a medium-sized Andean city: Emissions inventory, air pollutant monitoring and atmospheric modeling

Claire Granier
USA – NOAA
The Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service Global and Regional Emissions

Marc Guevara Vilardell
Spain – BSC
The new CAMS global and regional emission temporal profiles

Pengfei Han
China – Chinese Academy of Sciences
Comparing Chinese Fossil-fuel CO2 emission estimates from nine emission inventories

Nicolas Huneeus
Chile – Universidad de Chile
Evaluation of anthropogenic air pollutant emission inventories for South America at national and city scale

Sergio Ibarra Espinosa
Brazil – IAG/USP
The VEIN model to compile multiscale vehicular emissions inventories

Greet Janssens-Maenhout
Itlay – EU – JRC
Uncertainties of EDGAR’s CO2 emissions as prior for ECMWF’s atmospheric model

Sekou Keita
Ivory Coast – University PGC Korhogo, LAPA-UFHB
Local emissions inventories development for air quality modelling in Abidjan and Korhogo cities

Sean Lam
Australia – University of Western Australia
Development of a next generation regional airshed model in Western Australia

Juan Sebastian Larrahondo Cruz
Colombia – Universidad Nacional de Colombia
National Inventory of Emissions of volatile non-methane organic compounds by stationary sources in Colombia

Ana Isabel Lopez-Norena
Argentina – CONICET
Evaluation of WRF-Chem performance in the Air Quality modeling over Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires: inter-comparison of global vs. local emission inventories

Leila D. Martins
Brazil – Federal University of Technology – Parana
Atmospheric emission inventory for the main industrial sources in Brazil

David Sabastian Martinez Toxtle
México – Tecnológico de Monterrey
Effects of the atmospheric stabiilty conditions on the dispersion of pollutants near roads

Johann Andres Mendez Alcazar
Colombia – Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Spatial and temporal disaggregation of the national emission inventory for criteria pollutants, greenhouse gases and black carbon from on-road mobile sources in Colombia

Mogesh Naidoo
South Africa – CSIR
Development of a model ready emissions inventory for a coastal city in South Africa

Tomohiro Oda
USA – NASA
Assessing errors and uncertainties in a global high-resolution fossil fuel CO2 gridded emissions

Alan Ordonez Campos
Chile – Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María
Methodology for characterizing soot morphology of particulate emissions in a diesel engine through thermophoretic sampling and HR-TEM analysis

Mauricio Osses
Chile – Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María
Trends in road transport emissions in Chile 1990-2020

Romina Maria Pascual Flores
Argentina – National Technology University
WRF-Chem simulations and potential sources contribution on the Central Andes

Guiherme Martins Pereira
Brazil
Chemical characterization and emission factors of particulate matter collected in tunnels in the metropolitan area of São Paulo (Brazil)

Saroj Kumar Sahu
India – Utkal University National
Gridded (~10km) Emission Inventory of Major Pollutants and GHGs for India (2018)

Therese Salameh
France – IMT Lille Douai
Improving emissions knowledge using high quality monitoring datasets

Richa Singh
India – CSIR
Assessment of Partial Carbon Footprint of Mobile Towers in India

Steven Smith
USA – PNNL – JGCRI
Next Steps With The Community Emissions Data System

Efisio Solazzo
Italy – European Commission, Joint Research Centre
Uncertainty analysis of greenhouse gases emission: application to the EDGAR inventory

Saurabh Sonwani
India – Department of Environmental Studies, Zakir Husain Delhi College, University of Delhi, New Delhi
Characteristics of carbonaceous aerosol with respect their sources and wet scavenging during pre-monsoon and monsoon season over Delhi, Region

Shweta Tejan
India – University of Delhi
Assessment and Annual Analysis of Air Pollutants during Fireworks Festival, ‘Diwali’ at a residential site of Delhi, India

Fei Yu
China – Jinan University
A multi-scale dynamic vehicle emission estimation method by combining real-time traffic big data and instantaneous emission factors

Manni Zhu
China – South China University of Technology
On-line measurements of formaldehyde emissions from motor vehicles based on a chassis dynamometer

Climate change and air quality assessments

Chairs

Zig Klimont

Austria – IIASA

Beatriz Cardenas

México – WRI

Leonor Tarrason

Norway – NILU

Paulette Middleton

USA – Panorama Pathways

+ On-line Materials

Kevin Basoa
Chile – Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana
Black carbon mitigation scenarios for Chile

Guy Brasseur
USA
The International Monitoring, Analysis and Prediction of Air Quality (MAP-AQ) Project

Rubio Ignacio Calvo Gallardo
Chile – Universidad de Chile
Projections of residential emissions for south central Chile: Scenario analysis for 2014-2050

Beatriz Cardenas G
México – WRI
Source Awareness: Unlocking the Bottleneck

Monica Crippa
Italy – European Commission, Joint Research Centre
EDGAR support at COP25: ‘Fossil CO2 and GHG emissions for all word countries – 2019 report’

Alberto Diaz Garzon
Colombia – UNAL
Estimating energy consumption and particulate matter emissions due to oil production and transport in the Colombian Orinoco River Basin

Jacinta Edebeli
Switzerland – ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Effect of engine and ambient temperature on emissions of aircraft turbine engines at low power modes

Kristen Foley
USA – EPA
Community Multiscale Air Quality (CMAQ) Estimates of Long Term Trends in Meteorology, Emissions, Air Quality, and Deposition

Pratima Gupta
India – Deemed University
Status of air quality and heavy metal constituents of ambient aerosol and health risk analysis

Sadig Hasanov
Azerbaijan – Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences
GHG emissions reduce by changing are the fuel type in the power generation in Azerbaijan

Takayuki Hayashida
Japan – Osaka University
A simulation-based urban observation network design for monitoring carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from Megacity Osaka, Japan

Min Huang
USA – George Mason University
Land surface controls on weather and ozone in the southeastern US and their potential impacts on European air quality

Min Huang
USA – George Mason University
Impact of aerosols from urban and shipping emission sources on terrestrial carbon uptake and evapotranspiration: a case study in East Asia

Jamal Huseynov
Azerbaijian – Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences
The effect of global climate changes on the territory of the Azerbaijan

Gabriel Friday Ibeh
Nigeria – Evangel University
Modelling of Methane Emission Distributions in Nigeria using Neural Network

Rajmal Jat
India – IIT
Role of Residential and Industrial Emission Sectors in Ambient Fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5) And It’s Component Over Indian Subcontinent in Winter Season

Jeroen Kuenen
Netherlands – TNO
Emissions of engineered nanoparticles to the environment

Cathy Leal-Liousse
France – CNRS
African Regional distribution of aerosol health impact due to anthropogenic sources

Meng Li
USA – NOAA
Persistent growth of anthropogenic NMVOC emissions in China during 1990-2017: trends, speciation, and ozone formation potentials

Susana Lopez-Aparicio
Norway – NILU
Does subsidy towards clean stoves for residential wood combustion affect emission reductions? – A case study in Oslo Municipality

Brian McDonald
USA – NOAA
Characterizing Volatile Chemical Product and Mobile Source Emissions in Global Megacities

Agne Minderyte
Liithuania – Vilnius University
Carbonaceous aerosol particles: source apportionment and optical properties

Dhirendra Mishra
India – Galgotias University
Air Quality improvements in National Capital Region (NCR) Delhi due to COVID 19 lockdowns

M. Omar Nawaz
USA – Uniiversity of Colorado
Premature deaths in Brazil associated with long-term exposure to PM2.5 from Amazon fires and development of a nested South American domain for the GEOS-Chem Adjoint

Ruijiing Ni
China – Peking University
Sustained decrease of emissions embodied in China’s international export

Gabriel Oreggioni
Italy – European Commission, Joint Research Centre
EDGAR v5.0: a tool to evaluate the influence of technology incorporation and regulatory frameworks on global greenhouse gases and air pollutant emissions

Mark Parrington
UK – European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts
The impact of timely and updated emissions on near-real-time forecasts of global atmospheric composition

A. Saber
Egypt – Al-Azhar University
Historical study of pollutants emissions over Egypt using ACCMIP data

Saroj Kumar Sahu
India – Utkal University
Changing Emission Trend in World’s most polluting Megacity Delhi in India (2010-18)

Pallavi Saxena
India – Department of Environmental Sciences, Hindu College, University of Delhi
Seasonal variation of black carbon and carbon monoxide concentrations and assessment of on-road emission factors at busy traffic corridor in capital city of India

Daniel Schuch
Brazil – University of São Paulo
Ozone changes under pessimistic emission scenarios for Brazil in 2030

Muhammad Zeeshaan Shahid
Pakistan – University of the Punjab
Case study of air quality during winter season over northeastern Pakistan during 2007 to 2015

Ananya Srivastava
India – University of Delhi
Statistical Approach towards Temporal Variations of Ambient Air Pollutants and Meteorological Influence on their Concentrations in Delhi, India during 2019-2020

Kushal Tibrewal
India – Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
India’s climate action must include warming short-lived climate pollutants

Josefina Urquiza
Argentina – Universidad Tecnológica Nacional
Vehicle fleet emissions and the human development index relationship in intermediate argentine cities

Stephen Uzoekwe
Nigeria – Federal University
Risk Evaluation of Particulate Matter (PM10) Emissions and Distribution in Gas Production Community of Bayelsa State, Nigeria

Puneet Kumar Verma
India – Dayalbagh Educational Institute
One-year study of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) and their nitro- derivatives at traffic dominated site in Agra, India: Gas-particle partitioning and Cancer Risk assessment

Camilo Zapata Mora
Colombia – Universidad Nacional de Colombia sede Manizales (UNAL)
Concentrations and sources apportionment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in ambient air of a medium-sized andean city